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Would You Sue Child Protective Services if They Wrongfully Took Your Child and the Child Died in Foster Care??

Question by Nyema: Would you sue child protective services if they wrongfully took your child and the child died in foster care??
I know a couple who had a 14 year old daughter who was a delinquent. They didn’t know what else to do, so they took her to cps and voluntarily placed her as a delinquent, in hopes to help the child.Cps made them pay child support while the child stayed in couseling and other treatments.The child started improving and wanted to come back home. The parents were made to pay a fee to keep the child in place there. When the mother lost her job due to no fault of her own, they could not make the payments and asked the social worker to lower the payement, the social worker refused and said that if they did not pay it, she would reverse the child status as voluntary and charge the parents with neglect for failing to provide help for the child. The child died while in a group home. The workers found her unconsciuos and she never regained conscious. She had a bruise on her head, and the workers say she may have fell and hit her head. We think someone may have did it. She was not suicidal? Help?

Best answer:

Answer by Middleclassandnotquiet
Yes. Sounds nasty-that’s why we have the right to sue.

Answer by independent101
No I wouldnt sue.
She was a troubled child. She fell and hit her head. Its no one’s fault.
Why so mad at CPS all the time? Considering most parents dont do their job, I think most social workers are doing the best they can.

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